Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy bound in early calfskin double-panelled in blind with gilt floral tools and the device of a pelican vulning at the center of both covers. The spine has been rebacked and the boards incorrectly reversed and flipped, such that the volume is now bound upside-down. The bookplate of George Ticknor is present on the front pastedown and an early inscription, in iron gall ink, is at the head of the title page. A bookseller's description, partially torn away, is tipped onto the verso of the final leaf. An early painting is present on the fore-edge of the text block. The painting is comprised of two designs (possibly heraldic in nature) at the head and tail of the fore-edge, with text, no longer legible, in the center
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